CARL L. MAUSER, M.D.; ALBERT H. ROWE, M.D., F.A.C.P.; PAUL P. E. MICHAEL, M.D.
This syndrome of diabetes, hypertension and nephrosis was first described in 1936 by Kimmelstiel and Wilson.3 They stressed the unusual and consistent pathological changes found in the kidneys, namely, degenerative changes in the walls of the capillaries, arterioles and vasa afferentia of the glomerular tufts. These authors reported eight cases with clinical and pathological findings. More recently Anson2 reported six similar cases. Newburger and Peters,1 in 1939, reviewed the two former papers and presented autopsy protocols of four cases and five cases in which the pathological renal lesions were suspected. A comprehensive analysis of the clinical, laboratory and pathological findings
MAUSER CL, ROWE AH, MICHAEL PPE. INTERCAPILLARY GLOMERULOSCLEROSIS1. Ann Intern Med. 1942;17:101–105. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-17-1-101
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